Finally, an energy drink and fat-burner designed specifically for women — Redline Princess! One of the biggest issues many women have with existing “energy” and “weight loss” products is that they are designed primarily to make you feel like you got struck by lightning — complete with facial flushing, tingling and, sometimes, even a bad case of the jitters. Not a good look… and not particularly effective either! Redline Princess is different. Women will love the fact that they’ll still get the incredible energy provided by the original Redline — but with the added benefit of appetite suppression and mood enhancement! This is because the cutting-edge compounds in Redline Princess work synergistically to burn fat and increase mood and mental focus, while decreasing appetite at the same time. VPX scientists even added a little bit of beta-alanine (an amino acid that numerous studies have shown delays fatigue) to allow you to live life to the fullest, in whatever form that takes. Redline Princess also includes beta-phenylethylamine HCl (PEA). PEA is known as the “love drug” and is thought to be the reason why chocolate is such an aphrodisiac. PEA mimics the brain chemistry of a person in love, so when levels in the body are high, depression is often relieved. Begin use with no more than half a bottle (4 oz.) of Redline Princess® to assess tolerance. Use the gauge on the bottle to adjust your dose as a pre- and/or intra-workout drink.
Warning Do not use this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Do not consume this product if you are taking any prescription drug and/or have any medical condition. The user of this product assumes all liability if this product is used in a manner not consistent with label guidelines. This product contains caffeine and should not be used with any other caffeine-containing products. This product is intended for use by healthy individuals only. Too much caffeine may cause nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, and, occasionally, rapid heartbeat. Not recommended for use by children under 18 years of age.
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